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Having become interested in the then new field of bioinformatics, she then decided to do a Masters in Information Technology at Teesside University, UK. She went on to study at the University of Reading, UK completing a bioinformatics-based PhD on investigating the effects of mutations on the structure of p53, before working for a time in academia, including 8 years as the curator of the CATH protein classification database. Alison is also a editor for the BMC-series blog and is based in Berlin. After finishing a Ph. Brock's research has focused mainly on bats across the spectrum from behaviour and ecology to echolocation and evolution, and conservation.